report. the big issue, of course, will be crowd control. at least that's what they hope it will be. they're expecting a huge crowd, but certainly nothing like four years ago when president obama was inaugurated the first time. that set a record. so we'll be watching and waiting. and when we see any news, we'll send it to you, don. all right. joe johns, thank you very much. want to get back to our white house correspondent now, brianna keilor. this is different. this will be, what, the fourth time he will be sworn in? that's rather odd, isn't it? >> it's not only odd, it's historic. this is the first time that a president will have been sworn in four times since fdr. remember, though, fdr was sworn in four times because he served four terms. the president, as you remember, four years ago, chief justice john roberts sort of flubbed a line in the oath, the word faithfully. and the president kind of stumbled in response. and then the next day he went to the white house and out of an abundance of caution, the white house said he did the oath again. so that was two.